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0:09Recap and set the stage for the day
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0:09Recap and set the stage for the day
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0:09Recap and set the stage for the day
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1:10Demo typeof()
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1:10Demo typeof()
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1:10Demo typeof()
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3:01Describe the get_typeinfo() builtin function and its use cases
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3:01Describe the get_typeinfo() builtin function and its use cases
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3:01Describe the get_typeinfo() builtin function and its use cases
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6:56Demo the ability to dig into typeinfo
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6:56Demo the ability to dig into typeinfo
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6:56Demo the ability to dig into typeinfo
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9:01Describe the typeinfo generation code, noting that size and alignment information is no longer output directly from our internal definitions, but via sizeof() and alignof() calls
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9:01Describe the typeinfo generation code, noting that size and alignment information is no longer output directly from our internal definitions, but via sizeof() and alignof() calls
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9:01Describe the typeinfo generation code, noting that size and alignment information is no longer output directly from our internal definitions, but via sizeof() and alignof() calls
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14:23Note the recent large number of bug reports / fixes
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14:23Note the recent large number of bug reports / fixes
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14:23Note the recent large number of bug reports / fixes
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15:05Review the new handling of @complete note for use in if and switch statements
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15:05Review the new handling of @complete note for use in if and switch statements
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15:05Review the new handling of @complete note for use in if and switch statements
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17:26Review the new support for # statements, and #assert specifically
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17:26Review the new support for # statements, and #assert specifically
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17:26Review the new support for # statements, and #assert specifically
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19:03Note the increased strictness for C11 support
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19:03Note the increased strictness for C11 support
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19:03Note the increased strictness for C11 support
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19:41Review the addition of alignof() and offsetof()
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19:41Review the addition of alignof() and offsetof()
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19:41Review the addition of alignof() and offsetof()
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20:32Review the change to make ++ / -- be exprs with C-like postfix / prefix variants
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20:32Review the change to make ++ / -- be exprs with C-like postfix / prefix variants
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20:32Review the change to make ++ / -- be exprs with C-like postfix / prefix variants
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22:51Review the newly unified variable declaration and initialiser statement code, and if initialisers
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22:51Review the newly unified variable declaration and initialiser statement code, and if initialisers
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22:51Review the newly unified variable declaration and initialiser statement code, and if initialisers
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24:37Review the fixed regression in the constant evaluator, with the introduction of the #static_assert note to catch these kinds of bugs
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24:37Review the fixed regression in the constant evaluator, with the introduction of the #static_assert note to catch these kinds of bugs
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24:37Review the fixed regression in the constant evaluator, with the introduction of the #static_assert note to catch these kinds of bugs
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28:08Q&A
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28:08Q&A
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28:08Q&A
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28:48Package design
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28:48Package design
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28:48Package design
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37:34Package path namespace, and absoluteness by default
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37:34Package path namespace, and absoluteness by default
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37:34Package path namespace, and absoluteness by default
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41:01Create os.c as the front-end for all OS-specific stuff, and os_win32.c to contain our first platform's file enumeration code
41:01Create os.c as the front-end for all OS-specific stuff, and os_win32.c to contain our first platform's file enumeration code
41:01Create os.c as the front-end for all OS-specific stuff, and os_win32.c to contain our first platform's file enumeration code
43:10Introduce dir__set_state(), dir_find() and dir_find_next() to enumerate all files matching a given search term in a directory,1 and dir_find_free() to close that directory
43:10Introduce dir__set_state(), dir_find() and dir_find_next() to enumerate all files matching a given search term in a directory,1 and dir_find_free() to close that directory
43:10Introduce dir__set_state(), dir_find() and dir_find_next() to enumerate all files matching a given search term in a directory,1 and dir_find_free() to close that directory
1:07:23Run it to see that it just works
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1:07:23Run it to see that it just works
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1:07:23Run it to see that it just works
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1:08:59Run it on a search term that shouldn't match anything
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1:08:59Run it on a search term that shouldn't match anything
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1:08:59Run it on a search term that shouldn't match anything
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1:09:54Make dir_find() clear the iter
1:09:54Make dir_find() clear the iter
1:09:54Make dir_find() clear the iter
1:10:17Run it to see size and handle get fully cleared
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1:10:17Run it to see size and handle get fully cleared
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1:10:17Run it to see size and handle get fully cleared
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1:10:45Make dir_find_test() call dir_find_free() after one iteration, and the latter to reset valid and error to false, with a few words on the relation between valid and error
1:10:45Make dir_find_test() call dir_find_free() after one iteration, and the latter to reset valid and error to false, with a few words on the relation between valid and error
1:10:45Make dir_find_test() call dir_find_free() after one iteration, and the latter to reset valid and error to false, with a few words on the relation between valid and error
1:12:06Introduce dir_find_buf() to push our file paths onto a stretchy buffer
1:12:06Introduce dir_find_buf() to push our file paths onto a stretchy buffer
1:12:06Introduce dir_find_buf() to push our file paths onto a stretchy buffer
1:14:57Step through dir_find_buf() to see that it all works
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1:14:57Step through dir_find_buf() to see that it all works
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1:14:57Step through dir_find_buf() to see that it all works
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1:16:07Rename dir__set_state() to dir__update(), and pull dir_find_buf() out to the cross-platform os.c file
1:16:07Rename dir__set_state() to dir__update(), and pull dir_find_buf() out to the cross-platform os.c file
1:16:07Rename dir__set_state() to dir__update(), and pull dir_find_buf() out to the cross-platform os.c file
1:19:04Q&A
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1:19:04Q&A
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1:19:04Q&A
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1:20:05nothings2 pervognsen Why make your internal API be first / next? Maybe just make a readdir abstraction that just returns a stretchy buffer of filenames
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1:20:05nothings2 pervognsen Why make your internal API be first / next? Maybe just make a readdir abstraction that just returns a stretchy buffer of filenames
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1:20:05nothings2 pervognsen Why make your internal API be first / next? Maybe just make a readdir abstraction that just returns a stretchy buffer of filenames
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1:20:53tbodt_ So POSIX has opendir(), readdir()2 which returns the next file until you get to the end at which point it returns NULL, and closedir()
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1:20:53tbodt_ So POSIX has opendir(), readdir()2 which returns the next file until you get to the end at which point it returns NULL, and closedir()
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1:20:53tbodt_ So POSIX has opendir(), readdir()2 which returns the next file until you get to the end at which point it returns NULL, and closedir()
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1:22:15nothings2 If you make the read-a-whole-directory the main abstraction you don't have to worry about things like 'what happens if you free in the middle'
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1:22:15nothings2 If you make the read-a-whole-directory the main abstraction you don't have to worry about things like 'what happens if you free in the middle'
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1:22:15nothings2 If you make the read-a-whole-directory the main abstraction you don't have to worry about things like 'what happens if you free in the middle'
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1:22:36Cut over to the extra stream
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1:22:36Cut over to the extra stream
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1:22:36Cut over to the extra stream
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